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Stewart Headlam

F. G. Bettany

Stewart Headlam

a biography

by F. G. Bettany

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Published by John Murray in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Headlam, Stewart.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby F. G. Bettany.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 250p. ;
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17192984M

    The AA 4-star Headlam Hall Hotel is located miles from Darlington and miles from Barnard Castle. It is located in 4 acres of beautiful walled gardens in its own rolling estate in the Teesdale countryside, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland/10().   Standing in stark contrast to the conservative churchmen of Victorian Britain, the Anglican clergyman Stewart Headlam was a passionately progressive reformer, a champion of the working poor--especially women --a defender of the music hall performers his colleagues attacked as licentious, and, in short, a man of God who remained firmly and controversially engaged with the society in which he Author: John Richard Orens.

    Resources by Stewart D. Headlam (9) Priestcraft and progress: being sermons and lectures / by Stewart D. Headlam Headlam, Stewart D. (Stewart Duckworth), [ Book: ] At St Mark's Library. Stewart Duckworth Headlam (Janu – Novem ) was a priest of the Church of England who was involved in frequent controversy in the final decades of the nineteenth century. Headlam was a pioneer and publicist of Christian socialism, on which he wrote a pamphlet for the Fabian is noted for his role as the founder and warden of the Guild of St. Matthew and for.

      Historical significance: Stewart Headlam () was a Church of England clergyman and Christian socialist. From to he was curate at St Matthew's, Bethnal Green. However, his unorthodox support for the theatre and ballet led to the withdrawal of his licence by the Bishop of London in , and he never again held permanent office. Headlam, Stewart Duckworth. Theory of Theatrical Dancing: Edited from Carlo Blasis’s Code of Terpsichore, with the Original Plates. London: Frederick Verinder, Author: Tom Grimwood, Peter Yeandle.


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STEWART HEADLAM WAS THE MOST bohemian priest in the history of the Church of England. Throughout his fifty-four years of ordained ministry, Headlam defended atheists, consorted with ballerinas, and befriended political radicals, all the while denouncing the Anglican establishment and the respectable prelates who led : John Richard Orens.

Orens' Stewart Headlam's Radical Anglicanism is not only a fascinating, and long overdue, intellectual biography of Stweart Headlam, the Anglican cleric who worked so diligently to christianize Socialism, but also a very well-told account of the evolving debate on the part of the politiical left in Victorian and Edwardian by: 2.

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Book Description: Standing in stark contrast to the conservative churchmen of Victorian Britain, the Anglican clergyman Stewart Headlam was a passionately progressive reformer, a champion of the working poor--especially women --a defender of the music hall performers his colleagues attacked as licentious, and, in short, a man of God who remained firmly and controversially engaged with the.

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Allen, Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: Jul 9, Length: 84 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.

that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections,Author: Stewart Duckworth Headlam.

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